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    So I am due in 6 weeks and we still don't have an official name and it is driving me nuts!

    We are debating Brentley Ryker but I want it spelled Brentlee or Brent Lee and we will call him Ryker. My hubby hates it but said he doesn't really like anything so he is letting me name him whatever I want. He wanted to name him Carson Lee our son's name is Carter and I just think it is to close.
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    I like it... it's a mouthful... but I like it! I have always loved the name Bentley for a boy, and it doesn't sound like so much of a name as yours... just a suggestion!
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    If you are planning on calling him Ryker, why don't you make that his first name? How about Ryker Carson?

    I think it's confusing if it's Brent Lee Ryker Lastname. No place on official forms, boys don't typically have two word names like girls, so he'll be called Brent (people might think his last name is Lee Lastname)


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    We want to use Lee, it goes back 3 generations and it is also my middle name. I am the only child and this is our last so I want to use it. Honestly though I don't like it, but still want to incorporate it somewhere.

    Oh yea our last name is Aley.
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    How about Ryker Lee?

    I think it sounds good together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrescentMoonMama View Post
    How about Ryker Lee?
    Husband is completely against it he wants him to have an option when he gets older. I am telling you this baby has been very hard to name!
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    I think Brentley is the best option. Brentlee has a girly look to it and Brent lee ryker just doesnt look right to me.

    What about Ryker Brentley?
    Are you 100% set on Ryker? You could always do Riley.


    Although if I'm being completely honest Brentley Aley seems rhymey or repetitive with the "ley" aspect.
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    Sorry, it's really not my cup of tea, at all! I think it's too much of a mouthful for a child. I much prefer some of the names generated above.
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    Why not just Lee? It's at least a real name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blather View Post
    Why not just Lee? It's at least a real name.
    Comments like this drive me INSANE.

    Who are you to decide what makes a name a "real" name? Naming styles change and fluctuate based on the times. There is no possible way that you can know the validity of every name from every part of the world, with different languages, ethnicities and naming trends for that area. just because a parent isn't choosing what it's considered a classic or old fashioned name does not mean the are making them up. Consult a name book, these will BOTH be listed, does that make the author incorrect?

    Unless you are the leading scholar on names and naming trends your "at least it's a real name" comments, which I have seen on numerous occasions on other posts, are just plain rude.


    I'm sorry to the OP, forgive me for threadjacking but I'm sick of the rude comments. Especially when the validity of names was not questioned.
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